A former school playground has been earmarked for 30 new homes in Glasgow's West End.

The site, belonging to the former Kelvinhaugh Primary School, could be turned into 30 two and three bedroom flats.

Developers intend to create a new urban block on the corner of Gilbert Street and Tevoit Street.

A revised application for the site comprises of 100 studio flats in the shape of an L, with an external deck area and landscape terrace.

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The site was previously used for tenement housing which was later cleared, leaving the site to be used as the girl’s playground for the neighbouring Kelvinhaugh Primary School.

A planning statement submitted with the application, reads: "The main body of the facade is defined by recessed brickwork which have an asymmetrical relationship to the windows. There is a higher ratio of brickwork to glazing to underline the residential character of the proposal.

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"The fourth storey is set directly above the cornice datum of the adjacent former Kelvinhaugh Primary building. Here the facade line steps back to further respond to the adjacent corner. A cut out the corner of the facade reinforces the relationship to the former school building."

The plans are due to go before Glasgow City Council planners.